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- The Atterberg limits are a basic measure of the critical water contents of a fine-grained soil: its shrinkage limit, plastic limit, and liquid limit....
- and ballets. Atterberg was born in Gothenburg. His father was Anders Johan Atterberg, engineer and brother of famous chemist Albert Atterberg. His mother...
- Albert Mauritz Atterberg (19 March 1846 – 4 April 1916) was a Swedish chemist and agricultural scientist who created the Atterberg limits, which are commonly...
- Atterberg may refer to: Albert Atterberg (1846–1916), Swedish chemist and agricultural scientist Kurt Atterberg (1887–1974), Swedish composer and engineer...
- This is a list of compositions by Kurt Atterberg. Op. 3 Symphony No. 1 in B minor (1909–1911) Op. 6 Symphony No. 2 in F major (1911–1913) Op. 10 Symphony...
- integrity test Wave equation analysis Laboratory testing Soil classification Atterberg limits California bearing ratio Direct shear test Hydrometer Proctor compaction...
- particle diameters as small as 0.02 mm were considered sand under the Albert Atterberg standard in use during the early 20th century. The grains of sand in Archimedes'...
- based on the plasticity properties of the soil, as measured by the soils' Atterberg limits. ISO 14688 grades clay particles as being smaller than 2 μm and...
- in B minor, Op. 27 is the only sonata written by Swedish composer Kurt Atterberg. It can be performed by either a string instrument (violin, viola, cello)...
- 'fine-grained soils', are classified according to their Atterberg limits; the most commonly used Atterberg limits are the Liquid Limit (denoted by LL or w l...